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Cochrane well prepared for drought season – Cochrane Now

Mar 05 2024 The Town of Cochrane is well-positioned to respond to anticipated pressures during the upcoming drought season and continues to be a provincial leader in sustainable water use. On Mar. 4, Shane Hubl, director of operations services, provided council with an update on the town’s 2024 multi-faceted water resiliency action plan. Besides drought, […]

by ahnationtalk on March 5, 202426 Views

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Kathairos Solutions and Doig River First Nation Embark on Strategic Environmental Initiative to Reduce Methane Emissions

[Calgary, 28/02/2024] – Kathairos Solutions, a leader in the field of clean technology for methane emission reduction, is excited to announce a strategic partnership with Doig River First Nation (DRFN) and its economic arm, Úújǫ Developments LP. This collaboration is set to pioneer sustainable environmental practices while fostering economic growth and cultural preservation within DRFN […]

by ahnationtalk on February 28, 202430 Views

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Alberta’s Brutal Water Reckoning – The Tyee

Feb 19, 2024 Scientists who studied the region’s arid past warned this drought was coming. Thirst for growth won out. A Tyee special report. “To a water expert, looking ahead is like the view from a locomotive, 10 seconds before the train wreck.” — The late scientist David Schindler on Alberta’s looming crisis Alberta’s water […]

by pmnationtalk on February 19, 202438 Views

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ECO Canada Celebrates Environmental Excellence at ECO IMPACT 2024

Feb. 13, 2024 ECO Canada hosted its seventh annual ECO IMPACT event at the Downtown Westin in Calgary, Alberta on February 8th-9th. ECO IMPACT is a highly anticipated learning series and awards gala where industry leaders, innovators, and enthusiasts from across the country come together to learn, collaborate and celebrate. The in-person event facilitates peer-to-peer […]

by ahnationtalk on February 14, 202434 Views

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New Drought Advisory Committee for Alberta – Water Canada

February 9, 2024 EDMONTON, AB – After several dry years, Alberta’s winter snowpack is well below average, many rivers are at record low levels and multiple reservoirs remain well below capacity. El Niño is producing a warm and dry winter across Western Canada and more than 70 per cent of the country is experiencing drought […]

by pmnationtalk on February 9, 202446 Views

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New drought advisory committee for Alberta

Feb 07, 2024 Alberta’s new Water Advisory Committee will help prepare for drought and work to make every drop count in 2024. After several dry years, Alberta’s winter snowpack is well below average, many rivers are at record low levels and multiple reservoirs remain well below capacity. El Niño is producing a warm and dry […]

by ahnationtalk on February 7, 202442 Views

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Alberta tar sands pollution up to 6,300% higher than industry reported, finds study – Western Wheel

January 26, 2024 The study, led by Canadian federal scientists, adds to other research that found Alberta’s oil sands were underreporting climate changing carbon emissions. Aircraft flying over Alberta’s oil sands have found emissions of organic carbon — a primary driver of air pollution — between 1,900 per cent and 6,300 per cent higher than […]

by ahnationtalk on January 26, 202448 Views

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Hats and handwarmers: Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation group assists Edmonton’s homeless – Edmonton Examiner

Jan 18, 2024 Houseless poor on Edmonton street corners and sheltering in alleyways in shocking temperatures were an eye-opener for Coun. Hazel Mercredi this week. “What you see in pictures is so different than what you see with your own eyes, with boots on the ground,” said Mercredi as she returned from a mission on […]

by ahnationtalk on January 18, 202442 Views

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First ever management plan for Green Gables Heritage Place sets the vision for the next ten years

From: Parks Canada January 17, 2024 National historic sites reflect the rich and varied heritage of Canada and provide an opportunity for Canadians to learn more about our diverse history. Parks Canada’s network of national heritage places represents the very best that Canada has to offer and share stories of who we are, including the […]

by ahnationtalk on January 17, 202439 Views

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Edmonton’s emergency motion: Minister McIver

Jan 16, 2024 “Alberta’s government has closely monitored the Edmonton city council debate regarding a motion to declare a housing and homelessness ‘emergency.’ “It is disappointing that the City of Edmonton would choose to issue a performative declaration suggesting an emergency and implying a lack of response from our government. “We were pleased to brief […]

by ahnationtalk on January 17, 202439 Views

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